2014 journal article

EFNEP Graduates' Perspectives on Social Media to Supplement Nutrition Education: Focus Group Findings From Active Users

JOURNAL OF NUTRITION EDUCATION AND BEHAVIOR, 46(3), 203–208.

By: T. Leak n, L. Benavente n, L. Goodell n, A. Lassiter n, L. Jones n & S. Bowen n

author keywords: social media; nutrition education; EFNEP
MeSH headings : Adolescent; Adult; Female; Focus Groups; Health Education / methods; Humans; Middle Aged; Nutritional Sciences / methods; Social Media; Social Networking; Young Adult
TL;DR: Using social media to provide nutrition-related messages may be an effective way to encourage sustained positive behavior changes resulting from educational programming and to engage participants beyond class time. (via Semantic Scholar)
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